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i'm a bartender by trade, which translates loosely to "i'm pretty easy going, like to have a good time and can hold up my end of a conversation". i love to travel, and i'm trying to do that more and more.
i obsess over things like record collections, movie quotes and books in book form.
work hard, play hard doesn't quite cover it. i think its important to enjoy yr work, but more important to aspire to something more.
i believe that while sometimes the truth hurts, deception will always sting more.
i believe that we should live first and foremost for ourselves, but that we should respect and find inspiration in others.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
i'm pretty new to this, but i always love showing people around minneapolis. i love this city, and i think you will too.
none of my own yet, but i found out about this community through a really cool kid who was couchsurfing a few miles from my place and it sounded like a brilliant idea. so kudos to all of you.
the idea that a book is travel for yr brain, rock and/or roll, film, new experiences vs old favorites, photography at strange angles, cats, drinks (particularily anything that i cant try here in minnesota).
Music, Movies, and Books
movies: pretty much anything by guillermo del toro, alfonso cuarón, christopher nolan
books: douglas coupland, chuck palahniuk, hemingway, dostoyevsky, chuck klosterman
music: murder city devils, lawrence arms, greg dulli, mark lanegan, grinderman, portishead
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
the most amazing things to me are the places i've been and the people i've met. from the mountains of northern montana, to small towns in iowa.
Teach, Learn, Share
i want to learn simply to let go of my reservations and do and see what this world has to offer.
Countries I’ve Visited
Bahamas, Cambodia, France, Ireland, Italy, Laos, Malaysia, Philippines, Spain, Thailand, United States, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In